Hertie School of Governance
Christian Joerges is Professor of Law and Society at the Hertie School of Governance since 2013 and Co-Director of the Centre of European Law and Politics at the University of Bremen.. His research focuses on economic ordering through law at the national level and in the processes of European integration and globalisation. The focus of current projects is on the European crisis, the history of economic law traditions and economic cultures, the role of expertise in contemporary governance and transnational risk regulation. Over many years he has dealt with „The Darker Legacoies of Law in Europe“. This book received 27 reviews. Until 2007, he held the chair for European Economic Law at the European University Institute Florence. He was a Visiting Professor at Law faculties of Faculty of Legal Science at the Law Faculties of the Universities of Trento, Toronto, NYU, Columbia and Birkbeck College of Law in London. He has been a fellow at the Institutes for Advanced Study in Berlin and Wassenaar, NL. In 2009, he was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University Freiburg i.Ue.
Elaborated version of a contribution to the Workshop “Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union 25 Years After the Creation”, European Law Forum, University College Dublin, 29 May 2017. by Christian Joerges Udo Reifner’s work is pioneering in all debtor-lender...